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Samuel wants to be a standup comic. Meanwhile, Molly offers advice to Harry which leads to him challenging his protective mother.
At Mike's urging, Molly grudgingly goes to a therapist.
Following a dramatic argument with Joyce over money, Mike and Molly move into Mike's childhood room at Peggy's.
Molly is determined to get Mike out of his routine and tells him to embrace doing anything they want in life.
Molly hates her draft of the novel she's working on and decides to take a break, but now she needs to decide on something else to occupy her time.
Mike plans to live life to the fullest after getting shot during a robbery.
Molly needs to adjust her spending habits on shoes if she wants to maintain harmony in her marriage.
Molly believes her suspicious next-door neighbor is up to no good and recruits Joyce to help her spy on him. Meanwhile, the guys get together for a poker game and end up sharing their dreams and aspirations.
Molly meets her literary idol, J.C. Small, a cynic who advises her to write about things in her life that she wouldn't want people to know. Meanwhile, Mike invites his mother over for dinner in an effort to cheer her up.
Molly has a "mind-blowing" experience when she goes to Victoria's workplace, a funeral home, to research her novel. Meanwhile, Mike sneaks a peek at Molly's writing when she's out.
Molly decides writing a crime novel will be her new career, so she goes on a ride-along with Mike to research a book she wants to pen.
Molly makes a huge decision to stop her career as a teacher and delve into writing.